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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by naksh View Post
    Insightful blog! appreciate the way it is written. Thanks for your thoughts and time in articulating in a well structured manner. Really easy to understand and it is very helpful
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  • naksh
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    Insightful blog! appreciate the way it is written. Thanks for your thoughts and time in articulating in a well structured manner. Really easy to understand and it is very helpful
    Selenium is a portable framework for testing web applications. Selenium provides a playback tool for authoring functional tests without the need to learn a test scripting language (Selenium IDE)

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by EMPTYNETTER View Post

    I don't see a National Tourney happening this season. If these teams can get any games in I'd consider it a plus to a an otherwise dismal year!
    I can't see a national tournament happening, either. If they can't allow out-of-conference games, they would have a hard time justifying a tournament with teams from all over the place (Penn State representing the CHA, of course). I imagine the season will end after conference champions are decided.

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  • Rightnut
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    Petition for RIT men's appeal. They could use the support and a change would affect the women and probably other programs too.

    https://www.change.org/p/rochester-i...-hockey-season

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  • EMPTYNETTER
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    Originally posted by mar7967 View Post

    If there is an NCAA tournament, with only 16 games played, would the rest of the CHA meet the requirements to be eligible? (honestly I'm not sure, but I thought there was a number of games requirement).
    I don't see a National Tourney happening this season. If these teams can get any games in I'd consider it a plus to a an otherwise dismal year!

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  • mar7967
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    Originally posted by ZedLeppelin View Post

    If there's a bright spot for the rest of the CHA, teams will now get a bye week in place of the RIT games, which they weren't getting before in the very condensed schedule.


    If there is an NCAA tournament, with only 16 games played, would the rest of the CHA meet the requirements to be eligible? (honestly I'm not sure, but I thought there was a number of games requirement).

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  • mar7967
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    Originally posted by D2D View Post
    Might this announcement turn out to be a case of bad timing, having been decided just before the announced introduction of the vaccine?
    Probably not - realistically we are still months away from a legitimate vaccine distribution - it certainly will not be readily available in the next few months...

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  • Lindsay
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    Ugh, so sad for RIT.

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  • D2D
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    Originally posted by Rightnut View Post
    RIT cancelled the men's and women's hockey seasons.
    Might this announcement turn out to be a case of bad timing, having been decided just before the announced introduction of the vaccine?

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by Rightnut View Post
    RIT cancelled the men's and women's hockey seasons.
    That's hard to hear, especially with the conference going ahead with the season. I really feel badly for Celeste Brown, who left Penn State to take over the RIT women's program. Here's a link to the announcement cancelling the season:

    https://ritathletics.com/news/2020/1...ts-update.aspx

    If there's a bright spot for the rest of the CHA, teams will now get a bye week in place of the RIT games, which they weren't getting before in the very condensed schedule.



    Last edited by ZedLeppelin; 11-09-2020, 05:57 PM.

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  • Rightnut
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    RIT cancelled the men's and women's hockey seasons.

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  • mar7967
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    Originally posted by ZedLeppelin View Post

    I'm glad their 2020-21 schedule is back up, but they sure changed things on this version. Now the only two teams they do a home and home split series with are Mercyhurst and RIT - everyone else is at the usual "two at home" or "two away" setup. The first time they posted the schedule they even had Lindenwood (of all teams) as a home and home split series...glad that's off the table! Whatever works, I guess, as long as it gets the season rolling. I love out-of-conference games and wish that could have worked out this season, but playing the other CHA teams is always a slugfest, so woohoo - let's play hockey!
    and it has been officially announced. https://rmucolonials.com/news/2020/1...-schedule.aspx

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by mar7967 View Post
    I assume the CHA schedule format will be very similar to the Men's Atlantic Hockey schedule - on the men's side, they are doing 2 pods (east, west), playing teams in their pod 5 times, with mostly home and home weekends to eliminate hotel stays. Air Force, being outside of either pod, will be playing every team twice, and that is obviously not a home/home series.

    As all of the CHA (minus Lindenwood) is close enough to do home and homes, I suspect there will be 4 games each between RIT, Mercyhurst, Robert Morris, Penn State, and Syracuse as home/home series, and then Lindenwood would probably play everyone 4 times (2 home, 2 away)? That would give them 20 conference games...

    Update: Looks like RMU's schedule is still available at: https://rmucolonials.com/sports/wome...hedule/2020-21
    And it mostly matches my assumption above (except they also aren't home and home with Syracuse), which now that I think about it, it's the typical CHA schedule anyway so nothing too surprising there. The only real difference is the home/home series.
    I'm glad their 2020-21 schedule is back up, but they sure changed things on this version. Now the only two teams they do a home and home split series with are Mercyhurst and RIT - everyone else is at the usual "two at home" or "two away" setup. The first time they posted the schedule they even had Lindenwood (of all teams) as a home and home split series...glad that's off the table! Whatever works, I guess, as long as it gets the season rolling. I love out-of-conference games and wish that could have worked out this season, but playing the other CHA teams is always a slugfest, so woohoo - let's play hockey!

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  • mar7967
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    I assume the CHA schedule format will be very similar to the Men's Atlantic Hockey schedule - on the men's side, they are doing 2 pods (east, west), playing teams in their pod 5 times, with mostly home and home weekends to eliminate hotel stays. Air Force, being outside of either pod, will be playing every team twice, and that is obviously not a home/home series.

    As all of the CHA (minus Lindenwood) is close enough to do home and homes, I suspect there will be 4 games each between RIT, Mercyhurst, Robert Morris, Penn State, and Syracuse as home/home series, and then Lindenwood would probably play everyone 4 times (2 home, 2 away)? That would give them 20 conference games...

    Update: Looks like RMU's schedule is still available at: https://rmucolonials.com/sports/wome...hedule/2020-21
    And it mostly matches my assumption above (except they also aren't home and home with Syracuse), which now that I think about it, it's the typical CHA schedule anyway so nothing too surprising there. The only real difference is the home/home series.
    Last edited by mar7967; 11-09-2020, 07:14 AM.

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  • Lindsay
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    Fantastic, I figured they just posted it earlier than the league wanted. Happy for the players.

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